Subject: echolocating bats-how do they know what they hear is their echo?
Date: Mon Mar 17 10:50:01 2003
Posted by Niamh McCormack
Grade level: grad (science)
School: University College Dublin
City: Dublin State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Zoology
how are bats sure that what they hear is not the echo of another bat? Im
studing bats at the moment and curious to know how they distinguish between
their own vocalisations and those of another. When they emit a sound they are
temporarily deafened so how do they know what they sound like?
Re: echolocating bats-how do they know what they hear is their echo?
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